GINKhUK

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Malevich with GINKhUK employees in Leningrad. L-R: Malevich, V. Yermolayeva, K. Rozhdestvensky, sitting: A. Leporskaya, unknown, L. Yudin.

State Institute of Artistic Culture [Gosudarstvennyi institut khudozhestvennoi kultury]. Located in Petrograd / Leningrad, originally within the Museum of Artistic Culture. Established in spring 1923, formally authorised in 1924.

Literature
  • Pamela Kachurin, "Malevich as Soviet Bureaucrat: GINKhUK and the Survival of the Avant Garde 1921-1926", in Rethinking Malevich, eds. Charlotte Douglas and Christina Lodder, London: Pindar Press, 2007. (English)
  • Pamela Kachurin, "The Last Citadel: The Petrograd Museum of Artistic Culture and GINKhUK, 1919-1926", ch. 3 in Kachurin, Making Modernism Soviet: The Russian Avant-Garde in the Early Soviet Era, 1918-1928, Northwestern University Press, 2013, pp 71-98. (English)
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